Polyphia Crowdfunds New Album
2014-04-04 by Daniel Davis | 25 Comments
Progressive instru-metal band Polyphia has started a crowdfunding campaign for their currently untitled debut album, to be released in August 2014 on a variety of formats (CD, vinyl, digital). The band is asking for $16,000 to enter the studio with producer Nick Sampson (guitarist of the band I Am Abomination), and as of this writing has raised over $6,000 of it. The campaign will run until May 7th.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/polyphia-first-studio-album

The band also recently released the first pre-production single from the album, "87", on their YouTube page.



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Kalopsia
April 4th 2014
933 Comments


love these guys, great to see they're raising the money pretty well so far.


got me the physical album perk

Nocturnal
April 4th 2014
1329 Comments


No thanks. Who ever pays for they're Bieber cuts should fund this album.

Kalopsia
April 4th 2014
933 Comments


lol @ caring what they look like

Nomos
April 4th 2014
840 Comments


They willingly look like that - they obviously don't care for their physical appearance, 0/10 would not fvnd

Kalopsia
April 4th 2014
933 Comments


you're an idiot lol

Diamondize
April 4th 2014
1367 Comments


Who ever pays for they're Bieber cuts should fund this album. [2]

Digging: Dead Can Dance - Within the Realm of a Dying Sun

italianStallion
April 4th 2014
169 Comments


Their music actually sounds like rich parents buying their kids expensive music equipment and giving them money for texas music festival pre-sales. Fake and gayxinfinity

italianStallion
April 4th 2014
169 Comments


p.s. djent bedroom producers are stoked

Nocturnal
April 4th 2014
1329 Comments


Agree with both itallionStallion comments. I was also gonna say something about rich parents buying them expensive
gear lol.

loveisamixtape
April 4th 2014
6020 Comments


donate 10 dollars and you get a snapback and a FaceTime full band hair flip

Nocturnal
April 4th 2014
1329 Comments


^lol epic. Kalopsia da fan gurl obviously will be slapping his pussy with said snapback during FaceTime.

Panzerchrist
April 4th 2014
125 Comments


That preview was excellent. Inspire was a fairly solid EP, so I have high hopes for this one.

OwMySnauze
April 4th 2014
1031 Comments


Great choice going with Sampson Now give us more I Am Abomination.

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J0ckstrapsFTW
April 4th 2014
3652 Comments


"p.s. djent bedroom producers are stoked"

Yep this aha

itsalltherage
April 4th 2014
595 Comments


I don't get the hate. These guys are fucking wizards on 6 strings. I don't see how you could possibly dislike them as a musician or guitarist.

At least have the awareness to admit that they're talented even if you don't care for instrumental shred in general.

italianStallion
April 4th 2014
169 Comments


^ natural minor runs with major chords underneath it repeated for 30 songs. Their "euphoric" sections are gay as roses

Torii
April 4th 2014
814 Comments


I understand the hate tbh. They really do the same thing in a lot of songs, but there really isn't much to do in the djentz.

They are kind of fun to listen for a few songs though, but this won´t do much to change things.

Kalopsia
April 4th 2014
933 Comments


as far as recent instrumental metal/rock bands go, these guys rank up there for me


Soul Cycle
Polyphia
Pomegranate Tiger
Animals as Leaders
Scale the Summit
Intervals (well old Intervals)

ASnideReturns
April 5th 2014
4436 Comments


This looks like a decent band.
Anyone have any recs for me to start with them?

Digging: Celldweller - End of an Empire (Chapter 01: Time)

paradox1216
April 5th 2014
484 Comments


Listen to their most recent EP Inspire , and the band's most recent single (linked here in the post). Easily their best output by far.

They aren't the most memorable band, but if this new single is any indication that might be about to change. They're taking on a sound that's more like Plini and Sithu Aye and those guys are super memorable

Digging: Death From Above 1979 - The Physical World

godhatesfigs
April 5th 2014
40 Comments


Dudes can fuckin' shred.

loveisamixtape
April 5th 2014
6020 Comments


bet there are piano interludes between every "shred" fest

italianStallion
April 7th 2014
169 Comments


Polyphia dadfunds new album

darksarcasm
April 7th 2014
77 Comments


Don't see how they're called djent when they hardly blast on the low E string at all.

Just cause a band uses 7-8 strings doesn't immediately make them djent.

On the note of rich parents funding their music - it's better that they make "generic" progressive wank music than become another shitty metalcore band, which is what most of their local contemporaries are doing.

Koffiiing
April 11th 2014
1132 Comments


"Their music actually sounds like rich parents buying their kids expensive music equipment and giving them money for texas music festival pre-sale"

http://ask.fm/TimHenson/answer/108151254187

you people are hopelessly cynical




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